Common misspellings for noun:
neean, knwno, roun, aenough, youany, nown, nashun, neion, unioun, kniown, nous, nour, renoun, na'ani, knowin, noum, knnown, noine, eoungh, konwn, noonan, nooon, nwhen, nooone, knewn, noooo, soun, nanuk, knoing, nonone, unoin, pnone, wenough, doun, riun, enougn, anough, noing, nothgn, knonwn, unough, notenough, knonw, enaough, youon, enouogh, nothin, eanough, bonun, neoron, knowng, youn, kwnon, goun, knoown, 12noon, lnown, unnown, notone, normin, yougn, nodern, norn, norren, noney, knowon, neaon, noner, 00noon, rougn, non, neone, nenny, youny, neuman, onur, foun, nonulla, nowns, genioun, noona, onour, aoun, nonhigh, nowlin, youown, poun, nout, nonuion, nooo, noone, knone, knownd, knwon, enoungh, nunny, nunca, nabour, woun, youghn, moun, kinown, kneen, youan, noyl, nornal, pnemunia, knowen, onany, knowone, rnough, inour, youun, announe, nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnn, nonoe, donwn, knoggen, neusner, nenu, niine, enoough, nou, naion, knoun, joun, tougn, nooooooooooooooo, noid, enouh, wnough, norny, enouugh, yourn, nough, nign, enourgh, youin, coun, ewnough, neign, knoewn, pnomnia, gourn, nonna, nfour, noeone, noton, noonhour, renioun, anouing, non't, nonly, nouvo, wnyone, nomonee, noonne, neing, notin, nolin, noen, knowna, knownn, onoin, knlown, knoiwn, nogin, inough, oun, nyour, neough, knoan, nound, nowone, nomine, gouwn, boun, unown, annun, nowon, toun, foune, ffun, gnuine, houn, nonour, knond, knowne, konown, neorn, noane, n9on, noin, notn, nornt, nortn, noyt, nothn, nouveu, nouel, noiw, numn, noylon, ouwn, rrun, ruun, voughn, wnhen, nyou, niun, nkun, nlun, npun, n0un, n9un, noyn, nojn, no8n, no7n, noub, nouj, nouh, bnoun, nboun, mnoun, nmoun, jnoun, njoun, hnoun, nhoun, nioun, noiun, nkoun, nokun, nloun, nolun, npoun, nopun, n0oun, no0un, n9oun, no9un, noyun, nouyn, nohun, nouhn, nojun, noujn, nouin, no8un, nou8n, no7un, nou7n, noubn, nounb, noumn, nounm, nounj, nounh, onun, nnoun, nooun, nouun, nounn, noun, ooun, nmun, nnun, noqn, nouf, nouo, knowun, n oun, no un, nou n.
Definition of noun:
- a word that can be used to refer to a person or place or thing
- a word that can serve as the subject or object of a verb
- The name of any person, place, thing, or quality.
- The name of anything.
- Name of anything.
- A word used as the name of a thing; a substantive.
- The name of anything, whether material or immaterial, abstract or concrete, real or imaginary.
- In gram., a part of speech embracing the name of a person, place, animal, thing, or quality; a name; a substantive.
Usage examples for noun
In fact, they agreed, or agreed as nearly as nine ladies could, that it was perhaps time that poetry should, as it certainly might, write itself straightforwardly, with the verb in its true English place, and the adjective walking soberly before the noun; shunning those silly elisions like ne'er and o'er, and, above all, avoiding the weak and loathly omission of the definite article. Imaginary Interviews by W. D. Howells
Though himself much more of a public man than the judge, he conveyed exactly the fine shade of self- effacement before the King's justice; and though everyone looked at him as they would at the Prime Minister or the Archbishop of Canterbury, they could have said nothing of his part in it but that it was that of a private gentleman, with an accent on the noun. The Wisdom of Father Brown by G. K. Chesterton